The Grauer Alumni Office hosted a panel of Grauer alumni students who talked with Grauer juniors, seniors, and parents about their college experiences.
At the Originals Café Night event on Thursday, March 28, Grauer High School students presented a showcase of the special projects they've been working on in their elective classes throughout the year. We're very proud that all of the content for this annual event comes from the students themselves.
The 10th grade English class starts their 4th quarter by reading Elie Wiesel’s important book, Night. Before the students do any reading, they are asked to make an Identity Box where they pick 10 symbols to represent their life right now.
The 9th grade students in Grauer's Health Class competed in the 7th Annual Grauer School Cook-Off! Preparing 3 dishes and applying a unit's worth of knowledge to their food selection and preparation, the class served up a amazing show as they presented their dishes to a panel of Grauer judges.
The Grauer School Surf Team competed in two contests at Ponto Beach in Carlsbad, and the entire team made a strong showing both days.
Congratulations to The Grauer School's Indoor Soccer League team on finishing out a long and successful season last week!
Congratulations to Grauer senior Bennett P. '19 on being award the rank of Eagle Scout at a special Court of Honor ceremony on Sunday, March 10! This achievement capped his 7 years in Boy Scouts Troop #2000 that has paralleled his time at Grauer.
Congratulations to Mia B. '21 for leading a team of Grauer students, families, and faculty to participate in the JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) One Walk on Saturday, November 10. Together, The Grauer School team raised over $2,500 for T1D research.
Congratulations to John Joseph H. '23 for having a TEDx talk on the official TEDx Youtube channel! John Joseph created his video talk "If we can do it, you can do it" in May 2017.
The Grauer School recently celebrated the opening of its new Justice Center for The Performing Arts building with a ribbon cutting ceremony. In his commemorative speech, Dr. Grauer said, "We built all this as open space for teens, listening space, not for us—and that’s the rarest thing of all."